A Trio of Leica Shooters to Exhibit

This post brings news of three separate Leica shooters, all exhibiting their works. From the articles, "Marianne Seefrieds Second Career" (in English), "Marcus Krüger Stops the Time with His Photos" (in English) and "A Man, His Camera, and the Residue of War comes news of Marianne Seefried, Marcus Krüger and Jean Mohr (pictured above) - three vastly differing photographers, bound by the same thing - a Leica in their hands.

Jean Mohr, an 88-year-old Swiss documentarian whose career chronicles conflicts’ left-behind victims, launches an exhibition in Jaffa at the Jaffa Salon of Art in Warehouse 2.

Born in 1913, Marianne Seefried is 101 years old; a member of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie (DGPh). Her exhibition "Landscapes and Water" will be viewable at the Evangelical Information Center, at the DOM Heide 8 of Bremen from now until May 31. Opening hours are from Monday to Friday, from 12:30pm to 6:30pm and Saturdays from 11am to 2pm.

Marcus Krüger is set to exhibit black and white photos shot on his Leica M7 of people, landscapes and architecture. The exhibit runs from May 12 until June 27, Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 3:30pm in the House Sankt Martin am Autoberg in Frankfurt at Frankfurter Straße 43.